I’m sorry to impose, but we’ll be taking that off your hands if you don’t mind!
'Tis I, Olivert Reise Arnor. Also known by some unscrupulous individuals as the Debaucherous Prince
To meet your fate partner again after such a long absence, and then to abandon him! What cruel barbs you cast.
Olivier Lenheim is one of the main charactesr in The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky trilogy. As the series continues towards the Cold Steel trilogy, he becomes one of the Trails Series central characters.
His true identity is Olivert Reise Arnor, the eldest prince of the Erebonian Empire but illegitimate being born from a commoner mother. He is rarely seen without his aide and bodyguard, Mueller Vander.
Olivert appears with a tall blonde hair with purple eyes. In his official art, he is usually depicted as carrying either his orbal pistol, a red rose, or both.
As Olivier, he has long hair worn loosely to his shoulders, and wears a fancy white coat with blue highlights and a red necktie scarf. He wears green pants and knee-high light brown boots.
As Prince Olivert, he ties his hair back in a ponytail. His clothing colors are inverted from when he dresses as Olivier, as he wears an elegant red coat with a white necktie scarf. He wears a blue tunic under the coat. The coat has golden shoulder epaulets and black and gold outlines. He wears white pants and dark brown boots that go up to either his knees or his thighs, depending on the series.
Olivier presents himself as eccentric, cheerful, and carefree in most situations. He likes to flirt with people, and will flirt with anyone he finds attractive. He often acts immature, causing many people to think him an idiot and underestimate or overlook him. Olivier seems to enjoy deliberately provoking others, particularly Estelle and Mueller, and his unreserved playfulness and lack of concern for social rules frequently get him into trouble and other awkward situations. While he appears indifferent from how others perceive him, he also shows hints of caring about others' opinion about him.
However, while he assures Estelle that his seemingly carefree theatricality is not an act, the actual results of his actions reveal that he is capable of making strategic plans, regardless of his apparent foolishness and that he cares a great deal more about things than others believe. For example, he supposedly made an idiotic mistake when he got a job at a restaurant, only to be fired and thrown into jail hours later for not being able to resist drinking an incredibly expensive bottle of wine. However, this ended up reuniting him with the bracers, who were trying to find Cassius Bright, someone Olivier had come to Liberl to find. Additionally, while Estelle frequently scorns Olivier for being an idiot, he is nevertheless shown to be a skilled marksman and orbal arts user, holding his own in many difficult fights, including the notoriously hard Grancel City Martial Arts Competition.
As the royal prince, Olivier displays nobility both towards social class and character who refuses to accept a false peace without challenge. He is one to believe all life is precious and "beautiful" as he care greatly about Erebonia, its people, and those outside Empire borders, where he comes to recognize a new goal for his country. One that his people can be proud of the Empire for more than its conquests. After working undercover with Mueller to bring the injustice of Hamel to light, Olivier acknowledges full responsibility as Erebonia's act of cause. His pacifistic ways of settling things conflicts with the chancellor's ambitions through military dictatorship.
Olivier Reise Arnor is the first-born son of Emperor Eugent Reise Arnor III of the Erebonian Empire. But due to his illegitimate birth, he was undeclared to succeed the throne. Thus Olivert proceeded to walk a different approach to straighten things in the empire as he stayed out of the public eye, thus his nickname, the Debaucherous Prince.
Under a new identity, Olivier Leinheim, he decided to take a private vacation in Liberl Kingdom where he met two young junior bracers and friends. Taking interest, he accompanied the young bracers assisting them in his own whimsical way throughout their adventures from the Coup d'état incident to the calamity that shook all over Liberl.
Making use of this experience, Olivert began to take prominent action as Chairman of the Thors Military Academy, putting various plans into action in order to attempt to bring "winds of change" across the Empire. The result was later to be known as Class VII, a new class comprised of students regardless if birth and society. He also commissioned the construction of the Courageous, a second Arseille-class orbalship to serve as the neutral faction between the high tension of the Nobles and Reformists. Between the unresting conflict of the nobles and commoners, Olivier keeps focused upon dealing with the "Iron and Blood Chancellor", Giliath Osbourne, whose military dictatorship through forced annexation of districts and provinces bring cataclysm from the dissolved lives of his victims.
After the Civil War ended, Osbourne took control of the entire Empire in a “winner-take-all” fashion by furthering the territorial expansion of annexing Crossbell and North Ambria. In addition to the Vander family being dismissed of their protective duties, Olivert came to understand that his authority has weakened.
S.1206. Olivier has yet to back down and continues to stand against the Blood and Iron Chancellor, by mobilizing within the Empire along with "friends" through personal connections inside and outside of the Empire. After learning of the full-fledged conversion of the Thors Main Campus, he proposes the establishment of the Leeves II Campus, a new nest for the new Class VII as a final "act of resistance".
- He is the first of the recurring characters to appear since Michel Lap Haven of the Gagharv Trilogy series, being one of the characters to recur the most.
- He is the only character to transition back and forth between costumes in later installments.
- According to a Heimdallr citizen in Chapter IV of Trails of Cold Steel I, Prince Olivert graduated at the top of his class at Thors.
- A civilian in Heimdallr during Chapter IV in Trails of Cold Steel claims there is a rumor that says that as a child, Olivert was totally unaware that he was a member of the Imperial family.
- According to Olivert, he is known by some "unscrupulous individuals" as the Debaucherous Prince.
- Of all his recurring appearances, only Zero no Kiseki was Olivier absent.